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FOX News
Jan 18, 2014 10:00am PST
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FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 12:30pm PST
. . >> immigration reform and national security debates have held lawmakers focused, but the looming immigration overhaul could become a make or break topic for the 113rd congress. we will look ahead. [ male announcer ] meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she could have been notified in time to help stop it. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available, guarding your social security number, your money, your credit, even the equity in your home. you even get a $1 million service guarantee. that's security no one can beat. don't wait until you become the next victim! call the number on your screen and use promo code notme for 60 days of lifelock identity theft protection and get a d
Jan 16, 2014 1:00pm PST
joaquin castro and mayor julian castro about the future of immigration reform. >>> first, tomorrow, president obama is due to lay out changes to our national surveillance programs. what is he going to do? i'll talk to "the new york times" peter baker. [ female announcer ] when you're serious about fighting wrinkles, turn to roc® retinol correxion®. one week, fine lines appear to fade. one month, deep wrinkles look smoother. after one year, skin looks ageless. high performance skincare™ only from roc®. [ female announcer ] aaah, the amazing, delicious cinnamon and sugar taste of cinnamon toast crunch and cold milk. ♪ cinnamon toast crunch. bulldog: out with the old out with the old and in with the new! mattress discounters' year end clearance sale ends monday! puppy: what's this red tag mean? bulldog: through monday, save up to 40% on clearance mattresses. puppy: oh, here's another. bulldog: that means up to $300 off serta, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic. puppy: i found another red tag! bulldog: what! where? puppy: right here, silly. ha-ha-ha! bulldog: tickles! mattress disc
Jan 15, 2014 12:30am EST
the educational system, middle- class, immigration policies have on the fact that they are at the top of your index. thank you. >> every year, we looked at a lot of different factors and i'm really excited that the authors we have who have contributed to look at different indexes. of the 10 factors that they rank, we do not specifically include those policies, but we have writers who have delved into the specific issues in the past. one thing that we hope is that people will be able to use these statistics independently to do research on issues like that, how the educational systems factor into the various outcomes i cannot recall -- >> one of the interesting things to me, you look at the countries that rank high and they have a lot of reason, and. specifically look at economic freedom. other groups look at different kinds of freedom or look at how ,lean the environment is poverty. it's really easy to do correlations between those two. sometimes it's more difficult to prove causation. as a strong economy result in a stronger middle class or does the stronger middle class result in a stronger
Jan 17, 2014 11:00pm PST
a chihuahua standing next to tim donnelly. he has very strong views against illegal immigration. >> we are californians. >> reporter: tim donnelly was once involved with the minutemen. >> great day to be a vigilante. >> reporter: a group that patrols the border to catch immigrants. >> immigrants are killing our prosperity and driving our schools into the ground. >> reporter: alonzo is an actress of cuban descent. she was supposed to perform in a spanish language version of the monologues. the show is being produced by none other than aliana lopez. she says alonzo abruptly resigned from the task given the backlash on the immigration issue. >> of course she has the right to say what she wants. but we are in the middle of a mission. >> we don't act like that. that is not a typical latina. >> reporter: there probably would have been boycotts if she had stayed in the production. >> it is also our right to say we object to that. >> reporter: republican leo lacayo thinks alonzo is being treated unfairly. >> it was a political ad, a funny ad. anybody would lose employment over their political
Al Jazeera America
Jan 22, 2014 1:00am EST
immigration policies. the administration has essential areally given a free pass to people who have not committed a crime. >> pushes down wages. more importantly, the structure of our trade agreements with china and so forth permits them to do all manner of things which steal jobs from americans. for example, they are excused from carbon loading restrictions under the doha treaty. they basically can pollute as much as they want. >> makes labor -- >> hold on. >> makes labor cheaper there and deprives us of factory jobs. likewise, they subsidize industries, rig currency. the administration has an interest in those -- hasn't addressed those things. if it did, there would be better jobs that paid better money without legislation. >> what's your solution? >> my solution is a more tough-minded trade policy, breaking up the large banks, developing domestic oil and gas which would permit us to push out imports but would also create a lot of jobs in supporting industries a so forth which we haven't done. if we actually developed our strengths in america, if we did the things we do well, then
Al Jazeera America
Jan 22, 2014 9:00am EST
immigration policies. the administration has essentially given a free pass to people who have not committed a crime. that pushes down wages. more importantly, the structure of our trade agreements allows jobs to be stolen from americans. they're excused from carbon loading restrictions under the doha treaty. they basically can pollute as much as they want. that makes labor a lot cheaper over there and deprives us of factory jobs. likewise, they subsidize their industries, the administration hasn't addressed those things. if they did, there would be better jobs that paid more money without legislation. >> what is your solution? >> a tough minded trade policy, breaking up the large banks, developing domestic oil and gas, creating a lot of jobs in supporting industries, which we haven't done. if we actually developed our strengths in america, did the things that we do well, then we'd have plenty of jobs to go around and it would look a lot like the 1950's and 1960's. americans had a lot more manufacturing jobs. this administration and the bush administration has been giving those away that to
Jan 22, 2014 7:00pm EST
a lot about immigration, where i think there is a good opportunity still to compromise with the republicans and get something done. i think that he will say if he can't get things done with congress, that he will not be afraid to act in this second term independently by executive order. >> well, you know, governor gilmore, again i think the minimum wage and unemployment extension, that stuff may get through. my own view, i wish it wouldn't. there are better way toss do it. but if it gets through, it would be boiled down with republicans putting fiscal responsibility and some incentives into that. but i want to come back to this, the reform of the corporate tax, i mean, we a chap on last night who wants to abolish the corporate tax, a professor from boston university who has done the work with the brookings institute, left of center institute. he abolished the corporate income tax, it will grow the economy and most of all it will help workers and increase wages. president obama is not going to say anything like that. that would be refreshing. he's not going to go there.
Jan 16, 2014 5:00pm PST
guides on immigration have used her as the example of american immigration following the war. so her story has helped others, particularly dealing what it's like to be an immigrant in america. >> it's a wonderful story. >> thanks, garvin. >>> let's check in with rob mayeda today. he's got our forecast. >> and the forecast very interesting today, as we look at some of the record highs we absolutely smashed around parts of the bay area today. 78 degrees in oakland. the old record was 72. we tied records in san jose and monterey. look at san francisco, 72 degrees. pretty much every corner in the bay area climbing in the mid to upper 70s. after a warm day like today, numbers still holding on pretty nice this evening. mid 60s around the peninsula. 68 in san jose right now. east bay, you can see that you've got those clear skies out there. nice silhouetted sunset view. no fog and moisture. that is the big story as we go through the next seven days. you can see the forecast. temperatures not changing a whole lot. we're going to see mild temperatures as we move through the weekend. right now
Al Jazeera America
Jan 21, 2014 10:00pm EST
immigration policies, and more importantly the structure of our trade agreements with china and so forth permits them to do all manner of things which steal jobs from americans. for example, they are excused from carbon loading restrictions under the doha treaty. they can pollute as much as they want. and that makes labor a lot cheaper over there and deprives us of factory jobs. the administration hasn't addressed those things, and if it kid there would be better jobs that paid better money. >> what is your solution? >> a more tough-minded trade policy, breaking up the large banks, developing domestic oil and gas which would permit us to push out imports and it would also create a lot of jobs in supporting industries and so forth which we haven't done if we developed our strengths in america, and did the things that we did well, we would have a lot of jobs to go around and it would look a lot like the 50s and 60s. this administration and the bush administration, have been giving away jobs to asia where americans have to compete with children, and factories with unsafe standards and so f
Jan 19, 2014 12:00pm EST
it affords its most recent immigrants. it's been a love story sense. >> host: you must've fallen in love with your husband because you married. >> guest: that's true. we fell in love with her first met at washington harvard. >> host: you aren't arranged to be very? >> guest: now, no one in my family had been arranged. it's not a tradition. in fact, none of the women i can identify a buffer when a headscarf. my grandmother slam in siberia way back when, so we come from a long line of progressive women. post goes on tragedy this examination of your life to see how dicicco from being an immigrant, coming to this country, going to school, falling in love, having two beautiful children, living in manhattan, a wonderful life and all of a sudden you're writing books. what was the inspiration? would have been? >> guest: i was a candidate. my interest sort of fell in that field. i feel like before 9/11 i would cost occidental muslims because many of us are perhaps of a certain religion through an accident of birth. i think what 9/11 did and i am not alone that way, to get it to many american musl
Jan 18, 2014 9:00am PST
or a new immigrant has a good job and can access the skills and training to get one. there's no wider income gap between those who have a job and those who do not. there are 24 thousand san franciscans out of work with perhaps twice that under employed and that's why we must never relent in our efforts across technology and bio tech and international trade and tourism and film and video approximate and construction and health care all growing part of our diverse economy growing jobs in every background. i don't know about you but i haven't forgotten double digit unemployment. but incredibly it's become fashionable for some lately to dismiss the board based recovery they speak of it only in terms of the negative. perhaps the first time in history the creating of good jobs has been criticized. my friends we must not take those better times for granted. building when he me when i tell you there's not a city on the planet that would review refuse to trade places with us. all this comes in spite of our resident by politicians in washington where congress refuses to pass comprehensive a mig
Jan 18, 2014 6:30am PST
is still where you will stay. >> people like myself or other immigrants to take advantage of the american dream, it is still alive. for americans born here, what we are seeing is that dream is petering out. for the first time, a majority of americans do not believe they will have a better life than their parents. their parents don't believe their children will have a better life. that is the fundamental building block for the american dream. you know, the great distinguished economist said this is the most unequal of the major industrialed societies, not just in income. if you are born rich, you stay rich. if you are born poor, you stay poor. that is the general parameter. >> we know income equality is the issue. about 70% of americans born in lower income households never make it to the middle class or upper middle class. those who do, have things in common. half came from dual income families. about one-third never experienced unemployment growing up. >> role modelling. a lot of that. the home you are born into is what is your norm up until the age of 16 or 18 or whenever you get out of
Jan 22, 2014 4:00pm PST
an hour the lawsuit seeks to be class action. >> bay area is used to the immigration debate but taking a twist in san francisco. a latino actress resigned after endorsing an anti-immigration politician. >> iliana lopez says the only drama she wants see is on the stage at the brava theater. there has been an uproar after one actress appeared in this internet commercial endorsing tea party candidate and immigration hard liner tim donnelley. >> i want a gun in every californian's gun safe. >> the theater has been receiving hate mail. >> the big deal is to be doing what this country was all about. it was freedom of speech. >> lopez, also the wife of san francisco sheriff says alonzo was not forced out. >> we explained we're on the mission. all of the community is very well organized. fighting for rights of immigrants. so, it's a conflict. she saw it. she decided to resign. >> the controversy may help ticket sales. the vagina monologues runs valentine's day weekend february 14th-16. >>> a berkeley fifth grader is honored for helping find a man with alzheimer's disease. >> police say they ha
Al Jazeera America
Jan 19, 2014 12:00am EST
the break, the students of immigration - what it's like to learn america. a documentary next. >> every sunday night join us for exclusive... revealing... and surprising talks with the most interesting people of our time... >> parkinson's forced his wife to type his novels. >> not only was i typing badly, but i was hallucinating... turned the juice on, and... >> emily & martin cruz smith on talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> i'm phil torres, coming up this week on techknow... >> a mystery, deep in the heart of the rain forrest >> we haven't seen something actually build them... >> it's been really frustrating >> it's a spidery clue that has our team of scientests stumped... join our journey to peru... then, it looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, >> that's good.... >> but it's not... the foamy inovation that's making hardcore meat eaters happy. >> techknow on al jazeera america >> the story of immigration is one that resonates with almost all of us. children grow up listening to parents and grandparents telling us about the struggles endured as they come to a new land.
Jan 19, 2014 7:00am PST
. if it weren't for immigration, america's population would start leveling off as well. but remember the united states gains more than a million immigrants legally every year. japan and europe on the other hand have stricter immigration laws and are less welcoming to immigrants. i don't think dwindling population is actually all good at all as the article suggests. young people need energy, risk taking, hard work, and, of course, tax revenues. tokyo needs to raise its retirement age and encourage immigration. but the essay does show that japan has many hidden benefits in its demographic predicament. 20 years of stagnation and maybe there are lessons for other countries in that as well. up next, will america grow as fast in 2014 as everyone hopes? does it even matter? i have two very smart guests up next on the crucial question of gdp growth. she loves a lot of the same things you do. it's what you love about her. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your
Al Jazeera America
Jan 18, 2014 9:00pm EST
commissioner joining us here. after the break, the students of immigration - what it's like to learn america. a documentary next. >> the story of immigration is one that resonates with almost all of us. children grow up listening to parents and grandparents telling us about the struggles endured as they come to a new land. for young immigrants pressures are different as they adapt to american customers. here is a documentary "i learn america." >> i am brandon garcia. i've been in the united states for four years and come from guatemala. my dad says i'm going to the united states. he was coming here halfway, mexico, and was killed. when i was two and a half years old my mum decided to come to the united states. she had to leave nee in guatemala. when i was 11 she told me that i could come. then we went to the border. it was the hardest thing that we had to go through. there were 30 people, two kids, and younger kids. for three days we walked. we only rest five times. and there were shooting stars, a lot of shooting stars. every time i passed one, we started thinking of my dad. that's when a p
FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 10:00am PST
on immigration reform. it could potentially give those here illegally a chance to work and live in the u.s., but there's plenty of pushback with a message focused on how average americans could be negatively impacted by that kind of legislation. how will it play out in the important midterm election year? former republican governor of mississippi hailey barbour is here live to weigh in. >>> and testing the limits of presidential power. some members of congress who think the president has overstepped those bounds try to use their power to bring him back into line. the congressmen heading up that effort, the republican from south carolina joins us live. >>> plus, where is david berg, the reporter who went for a walk a week ago and hasn't been seen since? "america news headquarters" starts right now. >>> hello from washington. we begin with a debate over all that data. the national security agency has been scooping it up and who should hold it, the government or a third party? president obama floated his ideas friday and today members of congress responded on the sunday shows. we are joinin
Al Jazeera America
Jan 21, 2014 5:30pm EST
boswell, the director of congressional relations. she works on labor and immigration. >> why is it that agriculture is the only industry that needs an exemption to the minimum age requirements? >> frankly it's the nature of our industry. this is a way of life. this is not a job. it is not a task. and i have the passion for agriculture because i was able to feed a bottle calf when i was a child and help my dad with field work. it is a different type of industry. >> how different is the experience of someone who is working legally on the farm at a young age, like 12, 13, 14 year old. how different is their experience than say, your experience where it was your parents' farm? >> 12, 13, 14 year old are not legally working. >> yeah, because the minimum age is 12, right? >> 16. it's 16 unless for a family farm. >> no, but people can be 12 years old and work on the field. >> no. it's 16. >> not according to the us department of labor. the minimum age standards for agricultural employment allows children as young as 12. and even 10-years-olds can be employed harvesting crops by hand
Jan 17, 2014 10:00pm PST
's also our right to say we object to that. >> pushing his party to be more moderate on immigration. still, alonzo is being treated unfairly. >> it was a political ad, it was a funny ad. anybody would lose ememployment. >> today, told spanish language radio she supports a lot of donnelly's views against illegal immigration, a flood of angry listeners called in, gave her an earful and the drama blew up. reporting live in the newsroom. kpix5. >> the federal government has money now, at least through september. president obama signed the spending bill, one day before funding was set to run out. it scales back automatickened spending cuts and major domestic programs last year. the president announced tighter restrictions on the phone surveillance programs. says the changes should give americans more confidence that their rights are being protected. >> i'm open to working with congress to ensure we build a broad consensus on how to move forward. i'm confident we can shape an approach while upholding the civil liberties of every american. >> the president also called for an end to spying on fore
Jan 14, 2014 7:00pm PST
understate law. also i'm introducing a legislation for comprehensive immigration reform. i want to thank supervisors campos and wiener for their cosponsorship. we have in the past presented immigration reform. last year reform was supposed to be passed. at this point congress has not acted while too many families are being broken up and children taken way from their families. we heard stories of hotel workers and restaurant workers and laborers and janitors that were tragic. in fact within our local janitors community there have been literally hundred dollars -- hundred s of families deported. the legislation i introduce was calling for three things for president obama to stop the deportation of families. there has been 2 million deportation under the obama administration. secondly, to ask for the extension of childhood arrivals program and lastly it calls for the end of the firings and termination of undocumented workers by ending employers sanctions. the last thing i want to say is thank our colleagues who have worked on vision zero and add myself as that cosponsor. wiener and i attend
Jan 15, 2014 3:00pm PST
and there is limited access there. we also know that immigrant populations in particular, asian and latino immigrant children also suffer much higher rates of dental carries or cavities. so being able to quantified the impact of sugar ary drinks on children's oral health will help us get a better picture of broad impact of sugary drinks. the research shows us that sugary drinks are one of the greatest contributors to children's cavities what we call dental carries. >> thank you very much. i skipped over christina gupta who is senior health planner from the department of public health. >> thank you supervisors. so, i just wanted to give you a little bit of background this afternoon about why the public health field has been looking at sugary drinks as an issue. i wanted to start talking about what happens to sugar when it's in our bodies. sugar suppresses our bodies ability to consume fat. our body is the first one -- do you have an extra copy of the pregnancy -- presentation that you are making? >> i will make copies. >> so it suppresses our ability to burn fat. so when we eat sugar in high quantit
Jan 19, 2014 12:06am EST
infrastructure and fixing our immigration system. where congress is not acting, i will act on my own and put opportunity within reach for anyone who is willing to work for it. that is what i did in raleigh, by launching america's second manufacturing innovation institute. it is a partnership between companies, and the government to make sure that american businesses and workers when the race for high-tech manufacturing and the jobs that come with it there it jobs that can help people and communities that are willing to work hard punch their ticket into the middle class. i firmly believe this can be a breakthrough year for america, but to make that happen we will have to act to create new jobs that create good wages and offer more americans a shot to get ahead. that is what i work on every day. at is what i will be focused on every day of this year. thank you and have a great weekend. >> hello, i am congressman marlin stutzman and i have the honor of serving indiana's third district. across the country, too many of our fellow citizens elect the american dream is out of reach. our economy is j
Jan 20, 2014 8:00pm EST
-- this himself.-- distancing he assigned immigration reform into law in new jersey. democrats run the very real risk of getting complacent in the face of republican internal squabbles and have underestimated the republican threat. republican have been so bad on matters of race and equality the democrats have not had to do anything. soon they will actually have to contest for the votes of people of color and make an argument about why they are better than the republicans in addressing the needs of the community's of color. that is an argument that few democrats are familiar with for customer -- or comfortable making. what are the policy impatiens of the emerging new majority in america? as a general role, elected officials will support any policy that they think will get them reelected. it brings us back to the question of who they think they are doing the electing and the unelecting. let's look at health care. if you are primarily concerned about moderate, middle-class white voters than you might be nervous about obamacare. there will be some people whose premiums go up and that the paper more
FOX Business
Jan 16, 2014 7:00pm EST
the judiciary committee and its chairman bob good luck on the issue of immigration. you guys have moved for bills that make great sense. i happen to support all the you're doing. i think your approach is the most intelligent, practicable and effective rational, humane legislation that is going to move through congress. he is talking about doing a g8. here. >> my problem on the issue of immigration is, we could agree to all kinds of things that we have heard. every time someone talks of a legal status, and misty, a thing related it lowers three to five times more. people die out there. the humane thing is thought to we can agree to a lot, but secure the border. have the money, manpower, ability, the willingness. use secure the border as confirmed by the border states and we will have you in agreement like that once that is done. in the state to be pushing this until the president secures the border. lou: into the congressman's point about quarrying more people, we have seen by the incidence committee of 85 illegal immigrants. >> you have seen yourself. lou: from sorry? >> you have seen f
FOX Business
Jan 16, 2014 8:00pm EST
than 200 ceos pushing for immigration reform. democrats are begging for extent the uni unemployment. we want to bring in illegal aliens to take jobs from americans, if they can get 99 weeks of free money ttey will take it. this does not help the situation, this is not help the economy it is wrong, stilling well. >> fascinating, i don't think that anybody has focused before on how immigrants and the ceos actually are on the same page on this. ceos looking at bringing more people in high-tech. that troubles me a bit, i wish they are more focused on trains americans to do their job. neil: that is not their job. maybe government a job to do that. other interesting -- marriott, they want more lower level workers, i actually kind of agree with dee-dee, you wonder why they can't find these people already here. >> and they are not looking to under pay the workers. to your point, if they don't get it, that is their immigration reform that looks like then what? >> well, you know this and i think that the unemployment gravy train needs to go away in the beginning unemployment was short-term, i can
FOX News
Jan 18, 2014 3:00pm PST
this year on proven ways to create jobs, like building infrastructure and fixing our broken immigration system. where congress isn't acting, i'll act on my own to put opportunity within reach for anyone who is willing to work for it. >> and take a look now, this is a brand-new gallup poll shows americans want the president and congress to make the economy their top priority this year. bringing in justin safety, former spokesman for former florida governor jeb bush, and publisher of "safety, richard fowler, democratic vat gist and radio talk show host. welcome to both of you. >> thanks. >> okay. >> thanks for having me. >> richard, i'm going to start with you on this one. so if the president is saying that he is feeling like he's working with a do nothing congress, are you surprised or not that he is saying that he's going to take executive action? >> i'm not surprised at all here. i think what the president is saying and the american people are saying is they want the congress that works for the american people and that's what we need. sadly, we haven't seen any of that from
Jan 19, 2014 7:00am EST
on twitter. you can give us a phone call as well. news on immigration, one of the agenda items we will hear from the president during his weekly address -- the official schedule has yet to be a released -- yet to be released. the session will feature immigration policy changes. it will focus on the principles of immigration rewrite that republican leaders are working to compile. that is according to sources familiar with the events planning. leadership is hoping to reach some semblance of a common ground in the conference with views on how to overhaul the immigration system. that story from cq roll call. inside "the washington post" -- economist charles kenny says the gdp is not the metric that matters. next is terry from salt lake city, utah. good morning. caller: good morning. i was calling because i am a republican. i do not like the way things are going here. an entireke to start movement away from all of the .eadership i would like to get away from the little leadership -- the in thehip we have republican party and is active on the internet. that is kind of my feeling on it. i think ou
Jan 17, 2014 1:00pm PST
of what's happening in the immigration reform. do you think the same is true on voting rights? do you think it holds as much weight inside the gop caucus as something like immigration? the gop knows they need to move on this issue. whether they actually do is one thing, but at least they are putting up the signs they are open to change. >> i think there are more powerful interests pushing for reform on the republican side of the aisle than voting rights. i'm writing a new book about the history of voting rights. i've seen every single time there's been a reauthorization of the voting act. there's a lot of history they can draw on for support. they were for it as recently as 2006. i think it is going to take a lot of pressure. it's going to take some remembrance of what they once did, but i think they can get there. it's going to have to be the fact that there's a consequence at the polls for not supporting this stuff. the fact they're not supporting voting rights and immigration rights, that puts them on wrong side of a rising demographic group in america. >> eric cander, talk to me a
Jan 16, 2014 7:30pm PST
ali comment about the asian immigrants and they seem confused about traffic patterns that was in response to the fatalities. i'm an asian. i'm elderly, i'm 70 years old, but i'm not an immigrant so does that make me more safe. i think -- i feel like there's racial profiling and that's why i have to bring it up because people have to be careful of how they see human being. these are all human being. they're not just asian immigrants. i hope you see that through. thank you. >> thank you very much, ma'am. fwl my name is joseph and i'm on the board of director tore -- i'm on director's board. i form pedestrian and ending the carnage on our streets. some were kills and some were elderly and some was a six year old girl. we had a mother run over and killed. i've been following these tragedies and it's time for them to stop. the police need to report all collisions with all pedestrian and cyclist and train all officers on pedestrian cyclingist rights. force traffic laws for the road users and that's pedestrian and cyclist and they need to focus on the worse section
Jan 16, 2014 7:00pm EST
wrote a short list to achieve, fiscal stability, tax reform, expanded trade, and fix or immigration system to create jobs in the united states. let's welcome the new chairman of the business roundtable, randall stevenson. he jest penned a fabulous "wall street journal" opinion piece called a business short list for growth. welcome to "the kudlow report." i loved reading your piece. i hereby nominate you for president of these united states, and one reason for that is your growth, but also you've never closed down any lanes on the george washington bridge, which is a second very important point. here's the delicate part. unfortunate a lot of great ideas, unfortunately president obama is focusing on inequality, focusing on the minimum wage on extending unemployment ben. your at logger heads with the president. what do you do? >> i wouldn't say i'm at loggerheads with the president, larry. as i make the rounds in washington, there are a lot of competing ideas about what we need to do to get the economy growing, but i will tell you it come down to one basket simple equation, and that is
Jan 20, 2014 10:45pm EST
was understood that way before curt. >> host: who was thomas paine? >> guest: thomas paine was an immigrant american contemporary. he was eight years younger and his story is quite different. he began life in a working-class family in england. through a series of terrible misadventures found himself basically a bankrupt tax collector living in london trying to figure out what to do with his life but one with an extraordinary self-education philosophy and political thought and science. being countered benjamin franklin the representative of the american colleges in britain and franklin got to know him a little, very little and suggested to him that he should try starting over and going to america. paine quickly became an important figure in intellectual circles in philadelphia. he was the editor of a small magazine called the pennsylvania magazine, a writer and as the american revolution began to brew he became a very important retorts edition in the struggle. he wrote common sense, the great pamphlet that persuaded so many people to -- any but the crisis papers. i think it's fair to call hi
Jan 18, 2014 7:00am PST
a with a chihuahua standing next to tim conoly. he's a candidate who has strong views on undocumented immigration. joe vazquez explains were the ad is getting backlash from the latino community. >>reporter: tim doneoly, a tea party favorite from san bernardino county was once involved with the minutemen. >> great day to be a vigil ante. >>reporter: a group that patrols the border to catch immigrants coming across. >> big government are killing our prosperity, pushing welfare costs through the roof and driving our schools into the ground. >>reporter: allonso is an actress of cuban and venezuelan dissent, she stars in "rosso on the hudson." she was set to perform next month in the spanish version of "the vagina monologues." she says allonso abruptly resigned from the cast today given the backlash on the immigration issue. >> of course she has the right to say whatever she wants, but the mission, doing what she's doing [ indiscernable ] >> we don't act like that. first of all, that is not typical. >>reporter: jim salinas, long- time mission resident and democrat says there probably would have be
Jan 15, 2014 6:00am PST
with health insurance, and an immigration system to fix. so this will be a year of action. >> the president is expected to renew his 2012 call for expanded access to preschool and call for congress to pass immigration reform. democrats are also pressing the white house to call for the child care tax credit and measures to make college more affordable. the white house, as you heard the president say, chri -- sayi has a resolution for 2014 that will be a year of action. it's an old strategy. turn your weakness into a strength. with it clear that 2014 is shaping up to be an election year, defined by more congressional gridlock and few legislative accomplishments. and though the year of action phrase may be designed to make congress look inactive by comparison, some acknowledge the limits of what a president can do alone when it comes to immigration or jobs programs. still, the white house thinks the last two years have been bad for accomplishing the president's policy goals. wait until he spends his final two years with a republican senate and house, if that happens. john boehner yesterday spo
Jan 15, 2014 8:00am EST
president obama snide decided not to enforce immigration law with respect to hundred of thousands of people. recently the president decided he wouldn't enforce federal drug laws in states that legalize them. when congress refused to pass cap and change legislation under under democrat control the president decided would use executive power to do it. today's administration is essentially threatening states to impose cap-and-trade on his terms or see the environmental protection agency impose it on its term. ordinarily these measures would take an act of congress but presidential overreach does not enhance the rule of law or fairness. instead to restore trust in government we need to end special bailouts and special treatment like union exemptions from obamacare. congress should end forever the practice of passing earmarks. government should stop playing favorites in energy with subsidies and special tax loopholes. these policies have at least the appearance of cronyism and favoritism. another glaring example of special interest politics is the farm bill. we've made progress, cracking the unh
Jan 22, 2014 2:00am EST
access to capital of tamil already. his talent. the believe immigration plays zero large role in that. dahlia thinking, federal reforms to the things like digital privacy, digital due process. they'll really matter. you're going to hear me going through it with me is really this general notion of government matters. it's here. suckling away. government is fundamentally good. a lot of people would want to argue. consequently it is groups working hand-in-hand to try to understand how we could take protective measures for citizens well at the same time allowing them to have the best service possible through innovation and invention. and consequently that is where we're headed. that think will spend a little time we're talking about the patents and immigration which are to very real issues that the state levels. it seeing smart regulation and we are seeing progress toward good policy fees being put in place. >> i feel like you're wiggling. >> we work with a lot of urban focused entrepreneurs begin to solve problems that have been identified by municipalities as priorities that they have b
Jan 20, 2014 10:00am EST
party. he is courting latino and black voters and recently made a point to sign immigration reform into law in the state of new jersey. democrats run the very real risk of getting complacent in the face of republican internal squabbles have underestimated the republican threat to their base. has starkly, republicans have been so bad on matters of race and equality the democrats have not had to do anything. soon, they will actually have to contest for the votes of people of color and make an argument about why they are better than the republicans in addressing the needs of the communities of color. that is an argument that few democrats are familiar with were comfortable making. what are the policy implications of the emerging new majority in america? i tell my friends who spend time andloping position papers influence public policy debate that as a general rule, elected officials who support any policy that they think will get them reelected. that brings us back to the question of who they think are doing the electing. who will be the voters of the upcoming elections? let's look at
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Jan 17, 2014 10:00pm EST
this weekend. coming up a look at america's immigration process from the perspective of teens who have come from around the world and struggled to assimilate. >> high school's an awkward time for any teen, but for those emigrating to the united states, it's even more difficult. follows a group of students at the international high school in lafayette in brooklyn, new york. it documents their struggles and successes. >> they are the american dream. >> the options are to either nurture and support and educate them, or not. >> it was not a choice for us to come here. that's something our parents choose. they already chose a boy for me. all the normal angsty stuff, figuring out who you are, what right and wrong is, in addition to adjusting to a totally new culture, it's insane. >> they are here in the studio with us. such an important story to tell. it's great to have you both here. i got to say i lived the story as a young child and as a younger child. i came to america, and not speaking english, and then moved to south america speaking spanish. i can relate. one in four are either an immigran
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